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education. >> feels like a vote of confidence from the citizens of california and believing in public education. >> reporter: when i talked to the principal two weeks ago it wasn't polling well. today it is a much different feeling. >> this is just -- lifted this huge weight. >> the math was simple, without prop $302 million would have been -- prop 30, $2 million would have been wiped out. >> reporter: they were preparing if the cuts kicked in but not anybody. >> i am filled with emotion. >> reporter: she told me she was able to teach kids kids how elections impacted them. >> i said people decided that they wanted to pay for
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education. so it will be good for our schools. >> reporter: opponents are disappointed by the results today. a spokesman e-mailed me and said referring to governor jerry brown and his tax measure, he was able to use education to blackmail voters into supporting his tax increase. the voters were duped. but edge cater believe -- educators believe they care about funding public schools. alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. california state university is set to refund students for tuition increase after voters approved prop 30. the tax boost is expected to bring in $8.5 billion. they will now issue refunds, give credits and reconfigure
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financial aid packages. a competing measure lost by a wide margin. prop 38 would have increases taxes on earnings using sliding scale, for twelve years. >> we have made a great start with prop 38. we have raised consciousness about a problem that california has which is the underfunding of its children. >> she financed the measure with $47 million of her own money. >> the election brings relief to san francisco city college. voters approved proposition a, it will provide $14 million to city college each year for the next 8 years. it comes at a critical time for the school that is facing financial problems and a threat to its accreditation.
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the cheersmaded in chicago -- cheers faded in chicago today, ktvu's ken pritchett was there for the early morning victory celebration. >> reporter: president obama's acceptance speech ended a long run for the white house. he started that speech with a theme of bringing people together. >> we are an american family and we rise or fall together as one nation and as one people. >> reporter: president obama says he congratulated governor romney on a hard fought campaign. >> the romney family chosen to give back to america through public service and that is the legacy we honor tonight. >> reporter: instead of a narrow victory, president obama scored a decisive win in the electoral college and he acknowledged the volunteers that helped make that possible.
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>> to the best campaign team and volunteers in the history of politics. [ cheers and applause ] >> we love our president. he did an awesome job. four more years. >> glad to have him back. >> it is a wonderful night. >> the president says he is looking forward to reachingitute republicans to solve problems -- reaching out to republicans to solve problems. >> it is better the second time around. always better the second time around. >> the crowds are going home, the party is over, the president returns to washington, d.c. for another four years. the question is, will he find cooperation that he talked about in this speech. in chicago, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. mitt romney made what many people called a gracious acceptance speech, it was not a
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speech accepting the president, saying he regretted he did not win it. ktvu's rita williams reports on the last minute of changes that through one hotel for a loop. >> reporter: this is what mitt romney faced this morning in boston. freezes temperatures and dark skies. the reality of being president was over. after mitt romney made his concession speech he made a decision to stay over night here. >> it is a moving target when you are working with the secret service. we didn't expect them to stay over night. >> reporter: supporters were left trying to figure out how republicans win next time. >> republican party needs to get their house in order. leave women alone. >> reporter: the winner here was boston.
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boston came out at least $20 million richer thanks to the romney campaign. 50 rooms for just family and staff, other hotels also at capacity, taxis and restaurants afull and the airports -- restaurants full and the airports doubled. >> reporter: just about making up for all the money lost last week from the cancellations during hurricane sandy. rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >> coming up, with the election behind him, the next battle could be working through grid lock in congress. we will go inside the struggle with senator dianne feinstein. the votes are trickling in but as it stands the president won the popular vote. the president with 60 million votes. mitt romney ended up with 57
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million. some analysts predicted the president will win the electoral college and mitt romney will win the popular vote. at one point donald trump thought that was the case. . demographics played a huge role. the president received 90% of the african american vote. and 75% of the hispanic vote. jews, asians and white women also gave their support. that made a difference in virginia, florida, colorado and nevada. >> the numbers don't lie. the demographics are changing. they are more and more latinos, asians and republicans are not clicking with those groups. >> mitt romney won more votes from white men, conservatives and older voters. some say the republican party
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needs to broaden their base and apeal to more -- appeal more people. a flurry of tweets and the president set a new record. the election triggered 31 million tweets. president obama's tweet that read 4 more years was retweeted 700,000 times. president obama tweeted saying we are all in this together, that is how we campaigned and that is who we are. thank you. supporters of gay marriage is celebrating today. measures legalizing same-sex marriage passed in maine and maryland. the 7th and 8th straits to allow. washington state could follow when all the ballots are counted. it is the first time they won at the polls.
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two measures legalling marijuana passed in colorado and washington. legalizing marijuana passed in colorado and washington. experts say implementation remains uncertain because the measures directly contradict federal law. measure to legalize medical marijuana dispensary was defeated. 62% voted no. a transportation sales tax measure is too close to call. 65.5% approved measure b-1. that is shy of the 66.6 needed to pass. there are still a few ballots left to count here. measure b-1 would raise tax to 9 cents. california voters rejected a measure that would have
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eliminated the death penalty. prop 34 failed by a half million vote. had it passed inmates would have been resentenced to life without the possibility of parole. a lifesentance would be in- - life sentence would be imposed for serious or violent convictions. there are some exceptions for rape, murder or child molestation. coming up tonight at 10:00 p.m., ktvu channel 2 news went to the prison today, how prop 36 could change the lives of the inmates there. senator dianne feinstein is encouraged by the gains women made in the election. she met with reporters today. she praised two female candidates who won two races.
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the first openly gay politician and north dakota senator. dianne feinstein says in the past women had very few career choices. >> it is wonderful for me to see at my age. i remember what it was like when i went out for my first job after doing a year's graduate work and i found women need not apply. >> dianne feinstein said more women are winning elections. we have more election coverage to come, dianne feinstein sounds off on the challenges ahead for the president and congress and what can be done about grid lock and a term, the fiscal cliff, what it is. . a hazardous material spill, two lanes of interstate 880 was
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closed. a truck spilled 185 gallons of lye on the road. how the driver found out about the leak. >> the driver was driving down the freeway and another driver pointed out, pointing to the cargo and he pulled over and found out there was a leak. >> all lanes were reopened after 4:00 p.m. the chp says none of the material got into the storm drain. all lanes of highway 24 was closed for 2 hours because of a collision involving 5 cars and a big rig after 6:00 a.m. this morning and that backed up traffic through the tunnel and into oakland. california highway patrol officers say a big rig lost its trailer causing 5 cars to crash into the trailer. two people were taken to the hospital.
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going on right now, a grocery store strike heating up tonight with a rally that just got underway. >> back here at 5:20 p.m., there is rain coming our way and even snow. the details on a big weather change coming your way.
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. striking grocery store workers are doing their best to keep shoppers away from stores. ktvu's cara liu is live where there has been an arrest. >> reporter: look around us. 100 grocery store workers here right now. things heating up. over here there are several kids over here saying save benefits, another one saying save my mommy's medical benefits. demanding what they consider a
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fair contract. >> reporter: it is day four for raley's and nob hill foods. >> i have been working for 23 years now. i started when i was 18. i believe in this company. that is why i am here, depending what is -- demanding what is right. >> reporter: outside the store in san jose customers were encouraged to shop elsewhere. folks honked their horns in support. they are protesting cuts to health benefits, as well as the plan to eliminate premium pay for sundays. she shows us a picture of her daughter saying she is doing it for her family. >> i think it is coming soon. sales are dropping. >> reporter: they are saying it is unfortunate the union denied their employees the right to vote yet ask them to go on strike. our company must reduce our
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operating costs to become more competitive. . >> reporter: the first strike related arrest in the bay area was here today earlier. a union officer is accused of punching an employee who crossed the picket live. back out here live, things heated up in the last 10-15 minutes. at last word, no new negotiations are planned. cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. the grand opening of a restaurant in the east bay that has people lining up, coming up. officials are looking into the mortgage practices of wells fargo's unit. the bank yesterday confirmed that it is being probed over
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whether it properly disclosed the risk associated with his mortgage backed securities and into whether thifollowed law -- whether they followed laws concerning where mortgages originated from. . california will get new electric car charging statements. they sued for over charging. they agreed to spend $100 million for those stations. the state will add another 20 million. they will be installed next year. 55 will be here in the bay area. 110 will be located in los angeles. a man who joked about killing two people during his trial was convicted by a jury today. nathan burris acted as his own attorney in the shooting of his girlfriend and another man. saying i did it.
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so what? the penalty phase begins tomorrow to determine if he should be sent to death row. a judge dismissed a murder charge against a man accused of gunning down david lewis. he said police violated his fifth amendment rights and ignored his request for a lawyer. he faced the possibility of life in prison without parole. police are looking for two men who tried to kidnap a 14- year-old girl. it happened monday afternoon. police say a man grabbed the girl and then tried to drag her to a red truck parked nearby. fortunately the girl escaped. >> she did the right thing. she started to fight and struggle and she was able to break free. >> police are working on a
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sketch of the suspects. crime stoppers is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to an arrest. two refineries are back in operation today. filings with health officials say shell restarted a unit that was shut down for two months and they also restarted, they have been offline for repairs. chevron also plans to restart a processing unit next year. that unit was knocked offline by that fire in august. a major earthquake struck off the coast of guatemala today killing 39 people. 7.4 earthquake. there are reports of building shaking. the president says the country is on its highest level of disaster alert and he is asking
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people to evacuate tall buildings. our weather now. what a difference today compared to earlier this week. you called it. >> real significant. temperatures yesterday, record levels. yesterday. today temperatures plummet. feels like winter out there. next 24 hours it will feel more winter like, rain, snow in high peaks and the west slope, it will be winter before you know it. here is what i am watching. this weak ban moving in now. we are not expecting showers but this is the leading edge. there is showers north of here. you can see those around portland. seattle. that is where they are now but they will drop our way. they will drop like our temperatures. these are the numbers from today. 81 -- pardon me. from tuesday. yesterday. warm day. look at the drop. over 20 degrees in santa rosa
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today. 77, 57. 20 degrees in san francisco. major drop in temperatures. cooler still as we head into tomorrow. a very cold weather system. partly cloudy skies tomorrow. but cooler and showers begin in the bay area into the afternoon hours. i have the model loaded up. ready to go. the cooling continues. showers return. a chance of thundershowers, and snow above 3,000 feet. why is it so unique? it is coming straight down. they usually come in here, warmer, wetter. this is coming straight down and cool air. that means on friday morning, saturday morning, sunday morning we could see temperatures near freezing in some inland bay valleys. we will notice the cool air filling in. the cool air is behind this line. that is cold air. you can tell it is because of
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the way the satellite shows it. starting tonight. and with the cool air getting here, it will be chilly. tomorrow morning, it will be chilly. if you are outside, it will be cool in the morning and showers will develop. when i get back here, i got the latest model and i will show you when the showers get in to your neighborhood. >> thank you. when i a gun club in san francisco will be able to stay open for two more years. >> and the major differences you should expect if you plan on flying this year. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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voters rejected measure n, the tax on sodas. it would have imposed a tax on sugary drinks. if it passed richmond would have been the first in the country to use that kind of tax. measure q was also defeated, the temporary tax for the fire district. it fell short of the 2/3 it needed to pass. officials had warned that if the measure didn't pass 10 stations might have to be closed and a third of the firefighters might have to be layed off. shooting range will remain
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open after a controversy or soil pollution. they said it reached a deal with the city on a new month to month lease. it will pursue insurance payments to pay for the clean ups. they believe it was polluted a decade ago by bullets. >> those looking to travel by air can expect busier airports, packed planes and higher fairs. that is the outlook two weeks ahead of the holiday. planes are expected to be 90% full over thanksgiving. ticket prices are up 4% from 2011. a wild day at san francisco international airport as hundreds of passengers scramble to find flights, a live report
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straight ahead. >> compromising congress, will president obama bring an end to grid lock? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> just days after sandy another storm is heading to the northeast and leaving travelers in the cold. a number of flight cancellations here at home, ktvu's mike mibach is live at sfo. >> reporter: delta, virgin, american, all of them having to cancel flights but it is united that is taking the biggest hit. all of their sfo flights canceled today as another storm
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slams the northeast. >> reporter: san francisco international airport. inbound. out bound. all day, a hot spot in the air and on the ground. today some travelers -- >> i heard flight is canceled. >> reporter: bad news. >> canceled. >> and they were redirected to an area travelers try to avoid, where they rebook. >> got to wait till tomorrow. >> the storm is expected to hit with rain. snow and high winds. >> reporter: sfo manager says 18 flights 2 and from the east coast all canceled because of the nor'easter. united airlines suspended most flights into and out of new york. >> i wanted to go home. >> reporter: he survived
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superstorm sandy, now he is stuck in san francisco separated from his family. >> we just experienced that. i am on the 444 flight and it was canceled. >> all of the carriers are looking at the flights on a case by case basis and will determine cancellations or delays based on the fact of what the storm will do. >> reporter: american airlines stopped most service into and out of new york and philadelphia, check in with the airlines if you are headed out. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we checked with our two other airports and learned no flights have been effected so far. the storm into number north east isn't -- into the northeast isn't expected as bad
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as superstorm sandy. streets are starring to flood again. crews are picking up debris that could be tossed around by high winds. the mayor is closing city parks and beaches and ordering evacuations for people in low lying areas. >> even though it isn't as strong as sandy, out of precaution we are going to go to some small areas and ask them to go to higher ground. >> the storm is bringing heavy winds, rain and snow to some areas. this is what it looked like in connecticut today, schools closed early and events were canceled. now that the election is over, it is back to work and reality in the capital. ktvu's david stevenson tells us the one thing everyone is worried about is more grid lock. >> reporter: that's right. the president is having to deal
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with question of compromise and solving grid lock. >> reporter: president obama last night said he hopes for less partisanship and more cooperation. >> i am looking forward to working with leaders of both parties to meet the challenges we can only solve together. >> the republican majority in the house stands ready to work with you. >> reporter: with numbers unchanged in the republican house and democrat senate, more grid lock as usual. senator dianne feinstein never seen a more partisan congress. >> i believe people from the outside looked at this with disbelief. we can't get a farm bill passed. it is a good bill and it saves $30 billion. >> reporter: analysts say the next four years will bring more
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grid lock if the president and house don't work together. >> they will decide, well, couldn't get president obama snot reeflected -- not reelects so let's clean up and -- not reelected so let's clean up. >> reporter: dianne feinstein's advice, develop one-on-one relationships with individual members of both houses to aid compromise. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. secretary of state hillary clinton is planning on leaving the obama administration. >> i don't think the secretary's plans have changed. you heard her say many times she intends to see through transition of a successor and then she will enjoy rest and
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think and write. all those things. >> hillary clinton plans to stay on to the job into the next year. no public word from the president for replacement. the sheriff arrested a burglar today inside the home of congresswoman nancy pelosi. in her vacation home. once monday and then again today. he confessed to the burglary and five others. he had a watch that was taken from the residence. the losing side on one proposition has already gone to court. proposition 35 boost prison terms for people convict offend
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sex trafficking. the aclu are objecting to the requirement. they claim it violates the right to free speech. san jose voters approved to increase the city's minimum wage. it raises it from $8 to $10. it makes san jose one of the few cities to set its own minimum wage. opponents argue the raise would lead to fewer jobs. this whole idea came from a sociologist class. if you want more information go to and click on the tab. today the school district issued an apology to a former student who was sexually abused by a teacher. she is suing the district over her abuse by two school teachers in the 1990s. till today the school district
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responded by calling her negligent and careless. today after a meeting the district said the board directed the attorney to withdrawal the defense and any assertion of carelessness or negligence. and they apologized for anxiety or distress. they are ready. the restaurant that has folks lining up and camping out in the east bay as they wait for the grand opening tomorrow. >> and a caffeine boost, how coffee and tea could effect what you see. ♪
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because we know how much you do to make the holidays just right. from ornaments to ottomans, memories are made with ikea. we found a crowd starting to form outside the new chick- fil-a restaurant. it is set to open tomorrow on north main street. the first 100 customers free sandwiches for a year. earlier they drew criticism for their stance on gay marriage. more good news tonight for people who like coffee, tea or energy drinks. research shows caffeine helps the brain recognize positive words. the people drank coffee 30 minutes before performing a task. that boosted their recognition
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of positive words. they believe caffeine has a strong effect of dopamine. the election is now settled. the next major order of positive, prevent a economic train wreck. >> when i come back, the latest computer model, when the rain begins tomorrow.
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republicans in had house and president obama will have -- in the house and president obama will have to work quickly to reach an agreement on the tax code. speaker of the house john boehner discussed the issue. gop leaders made it clear they will not support an increase in the tax rate for any american, including top earners. >> we are willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions. what matters is where the increase comes from and what type of reform comes with it. >> budget for the pentagon and other programs will be slashed next year. republicans and democrats said they will try to avoid that at all costs. we found while it could spell
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financial disaster, many people don't know what the fiscal cliff means to them. ktvu's tom vacar is live with how the outcome could effect all of us. >> reporter: the railroad is upgrading the tracks. but we are near the fiscal cliff. >> reporter: do you know what the fiscal cliff is? >> i don't. >> reporter: do you know what the fiscal cliff is? >> the fiscal cliff? no. i haven't heard of that. >> i haven't a clue what a fiscal cliff is. >> never heard of that term. >> reporter: you will and soon. >> enormous changes that are scheduled to happen around new year's day. >> the president and congress passed a law. absent a deal, tax increases for everyone. massive budget cuts and a reduction of the federal budget. >> large cuts in defense
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spending. large cuts in non-defense spending. what that means is the government will buy fewer things. hundreds of billions of dollars less. >> reporter: government will have less to spend. higher taxes means individuals and businesses will have less money. >> it will be noticeable and painful. >> reporter: huge layoffs possible, the u.s. economy could stall or -- >> you could see a recession. >> reporter: now that we know -- >> i hope not. >> it is us who have to pressure those people representing us. >> they should be more in tune with what americans need. >> sit down and come to an agreement. >> reporter: with congressional positions more hardin now, is there -- hardined now, is there
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still time? consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. on wall street today, stocks tumbled. the dow is down 312 to 12,932. the nasdaq is down 74 at 2,937. the s&p is down 33 at 1,394. apple shares, the stock is down more than 20% from its record high. there is growing uncertainty about competition, management and supply chain issues. managers say they may stop putting cash into apple when the rest of the market goes sour. >> happening now, police are searching for a man who is armed with a gun. news chopper 2 shot these pictures. officers converged on the kennedy park neighborhood. police say two men got into a fight and then one of them had
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a gun. authorities are searching the neighborhood. at&t is making a new investment in its broadband service. they struggled to compete with cable. now they plan to upgrade to higher speeds. and they will abandon home phone lines in many areas in favor of wireless phone service. at&t plans to build out its 4glte network. the california man behind a anti-islam film was handed a prison term today. nakoula basseley nakoula wrote the screen play. the movie triggered outrage and violence in the middle east. today nakoula basseley nakoula admitted to lying about his
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identity and obtaining a fake driver's license. we have been warned but it still feels weird. >> it does. it is going to get weird. temperatures cooler around here. you noticed it this afternoon. 10 degrees cooler in many cases. tomorrow temperatures drop another 10. it will be very cool out there. cold morning start. these were the highs from today. they are off. yesterday we had record heat yesterday. in some places. tomorrow's temperature said will be cool -- temperatures will be cooler by 5-8 degrees. 43 napa. these are chilly over night lows. the forecast is for the cooling tonight. look for patchy fog. thursday and friday we are back into more cooling and showers
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and thundershowers. unsettled weather. showers return tomorrow mid- day. is that going to shut you down? i don't think this -- i know it is not going to be a gully washer. scattered showers. mountains, snow concerns. winter weather advisory through 10:00 a.m. tomorrow to 10:00 a.m. friday. snow levels is the key, 2500 feet friday morning. here is the system here. for us the model does this, it could change a little bit tonight. at 10:00 p.m. i will have the latest. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, open clouds, cool air. more cool air. bang! 10:00 a.m. energy. not a frontal system. just energy. it is on us at lunchtime, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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things get weird. scattered showers 4:00 p.m. on thursday. over night it is chilly. highs tomorrow, lots of, you know, 50s, 60s. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, keeps unsettled weather in the area through friday. this isn't a big wet frontal system. scattered. it could bring thunderstorms by friday. latest model at 6:00 p.m. >> what is the possibility of going back to the 80s? >> not happening. >> okay. we are done. [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> thank you. signs the holidays are here. are almost here are already popping up and what caused a car to slam into a bar this afternoon in san francisco.
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the holiday season kicked off today at san francisco with the opening of the union scare ice skating rink -- square ice skating rink. all the money raised will benefit the boys and girls clubs of san francisco along with city parks. skaters were out on the ice practicing their moves. >> it is gorgeous out here. music is rockin'. we are going with the groove. >> it will operate every day
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through january 21. a truck slammed into a san francisco bar this afternoon. san francisco police say the breaks went out on the truck and as you can see it drove into the side of the bar. the driver was taken to the hospital but at this point we don't know his injuries. that location has been a bar since 1907. protesters and police clashed in athens, greece. that came just before voters voted on new measures. protesters are angry about cuts. some threw explosives at police. leaders demanded the measures in exchange for a bail out. without the bail out money they could default on their debt. coming up, we talked to the
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young gun who unseeded one of california's longest running congressman. >> it hasn't happened in 79 years, democrats clinch a super majority in sacramento. the agenda today after gaining control of the state capital.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> it is all over for one of the longest serving congressman. voters outested pete stark -- ousted pete stark last night. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with what led to the upset. >> reporter: even he is crediting this to the new top two new primary. we talked to him here today but hearing from pete stark wasn't so simple. >> reporter: this was pete stark earlier this year. today he was nowhere to be found to talk about

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